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Hair loss is a distressing effect of chemotherapy
Vita readers discuss whether or not they wore a wig
QVC's Alison Keenan was diagnosed in 2011
She shares her experience of breast cancer
Feeling anxious after a breast cancer diagnosis is common
Psychotherapist Nathalie Asmall has some practical tips to help

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